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Offline InsaneBaron

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Showdown- problem with the Olemus
In INFR1, the mission "showdown" seems broken. After it's first beam salvo, the Olemus misses the Diablo with every beam shot. Without effective fire from the Olemus, the mission is impossible, as fire from the Diabolo and wave on wave of Durja bombers eventually destroy both the Olemus and the Independence.

I'm not sure how much can be done to fix this bug, given the age of the campaign, but does anyone know of a way around it/stunt to defeat it/alternate way to beat the mission?
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Offline BritishShivans

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Re: Showdown- problem with the Olemus
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what are you even on about

 

Offline InsaneBaron

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Re: Showdown- problem with the Olemus
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what are you even on about

Inferno Release 1. Mission 6. Showdown. The one where the Independence and Olemus fight the Kismat and Diablo.
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Offline BritishShivans

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Re: Showdown- problem with the Olemus
but to my knowledge that's old inferno

why on earth would you be playing old inferno  :wtf:

 

Offline InsaneBaron

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Re: Showdown- problem with the Olemus
but to my knowledge that's old inferno

why on earth would you be playing old inferno  :wtf:

I wanted to pass the time waiting for the new Inferno.

Okay, this isn't getting me anywhere. Is there anyone who actually knows what's up with the bug or how to resolve it, or is INFR1 simply broken for good?
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Offline Veers

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Re: Showdown- problem with the Olemus
No, but this does serve as a reminder that I should get around to finding the original inferno and giving it a go.

More likely, I'll sit here and not do so until the new Inferno is out.  :banghead:

Edit: I know it's not the greatest option, but could you pass the mission by cheating?
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Offline Lepanto

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Re: Showdown- problem with the Olemus
No, but this does serve as a reminder that I should get around to finding the original inferno and giving it a go.

More likely, I'll sit here and not do so until the new Inferno is out.  :banghead:

Edit: I know it's not the greatest option, but could you pass the mission by cheating?

Yes. Just ~k-ing the Diablo a few times will clear the mission.
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Offline InsaneBaron

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Re: Showdown- problem with the Olemus
Well, I passed by cheating. I notice Inferno's cheat-checking is disabled. Oh well.
Doesn't matter what the press says. Doesn't matter what the politicians or the mobs say. Doesn't matter if the whole country decides that something wrong is something right. This nation was founded on one principle above all else: the requirement that we stand up for what we believe, no matter the odds or the consequences. When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth, and tell the whole world — "No, you move." - Captain America

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